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    1987 Dodge Shelby Charger GLHS – by the 1980s, the high performance, V8-powered, rear wheel drive muscle cars were a thing of the past, but the 1987 Dodge Shelby Charger GLHS helped to revisit a little of what made Mopar Performance so popular.  The GLHS (Goes Like Hell Shelby) followed up the prior GLH (Goes …

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    1. Value – Not only does the Ram lineup offer more capabilities, more power, better looks and over a century of proven history – it does it for less money.  The entry level Ram 1500 is less expensive than the entry level Toyota Tundra (both of which come with standard V6 engines). But when you …

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    2. The Cummins – Even though the Hemi powered Ram 1500 offers better towing and hauling capacity than the Toyota Tundra, there comes a time when a half ton truck isn’t quite enough.  When that point is reached by Ram owners, they are able to turn to the Ram HD lineup featuring the 5.7L Hemi …

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    3. Power and capabilities – Thanks to the 5.7L Hemi, the Ram 1500 offers more power and torque than the 5.7L iForce V8 from the Toyota Tundra.  The Hemi makes 390 horsepower and 407lb-ft of torque while the Tundra has just 381 horsepower and 401lb-ft of torque – and the advantage is clear for those …

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    4. Over a century of quality – John and Horace Dodge built their first pickup truck in the early 1900s for Ford Motor Company. The Dodge name has been associated with great trucks ever since. The Dodge Brothers used their success with Ford to launch their own company and with that new company, they began …